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Audio out of sync when i record a video on my archos 705 and then transfer it to dvd

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I find the problem may be with the Top-Box ,not getting a clean signal....This is DEF true if u are using a High Def Top Box.
Best solution is to make all component`s free from each other.( Conection`s etc ) as much as pos. + Use a signal booster.
So it`s all down to the Aerial configeration.
Good Luck.

Posted on Aug 25, 2008

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